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dr alan jenks diplomate of the international college of applied kinesiology

Alan Jenks DC DIBAK

Alan Jenks is a full bodied Canadian chiropractor practicing in the Westland in the Netherlands.

He has been in the Netherlands for 5 years practicing as a chiropractor and applied kinesiologist.

He recieved his bachelors in Canada from Simon Fraser University and graduated from the University of Western States with his chiropractic degree.

While at chiropractic school he attended his first 100 hour basic applied kinesiology course and immediately felt at home.

Being able to use muscle testing as a tool to figure out what is wrong with a patient just made sense and I couldn’t imagine using anything else

He loves teaching others and providing the opportunity change the lives of others.

jim townhill dc diplomate of the international college of applied kinesiology

Jim Townhill DC DIBAK

It was in Jim’s previous career, where he spent 9 years as an Army officer that led him to chiropractic.

Over 10 years ago, whilst in the Army he found himself playing Rugby in Australia when attached to the Australian Army.

He sustained an injury there which made him seek chiropractic care and was so impressed with the results that he decided to resign his commission and become one.

He has maintained a strong interest in sport, which has led him to help as a coach for his local Triathlon and athletics clubs and compete in the World long distance Triathlon Championships as part of the Great Britain Age group team in Australia 2006.

He also has experience of working at the Great Britain Masters Athletics championships focusing on older athletes.

He has experience working with professional sports men and women in football, cycling, cricket, rugby and dancing.

Jim has been using Applied Kinesiology now for more than 6 years and it has given him a fantastic tool to help treat the problems behind their symptoms.

He is an accomplished public speaker and regularly presents on health related issues in general and chiropractic in particular.